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Old 06-06-18
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Hey crew,

I've got an NG Superwagon 1990 model.
The power windows are getting a bit slow, and the drivers side one is intermittently working. My call is brushes are stuffed.
Are these an easy thing to replace?

Can I get aftermarket motors to replace them, or am I best off finding a wreckers?
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There is a bloke up near me who repairs and rewinds small motors he made some new brushes for my electric seat motor. If you make some enquiries down where you live you might find someone like that look for someone who rewinds motors for motor bikes and the likes.

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Cheer GHendo,

Im down in Tas and have no such luck may need to dig further haha
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Hey crew,

I've got an NG Superwagon 1990 model.
The power windows are getting a bit slow, and the drivers side one is intermittently working. My call is brushes are stuffed.
Are these an easy thing to replace?

Can I get aftermarket motors to replace them, or am I best off finding a wreckers?
Have you tried some silicone spray inside the window slides.
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Have you tried some silicone spray inside the window slides.
Nope but I've got some in the shed I'll try cheers!
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Hey Jones12

My old NF went through a similar issue. I took the door skin off and cleaned all the accumulated crud from the window mechanism then lubricated. Also did the silicon spray down the window tracks.

One switch was alsi a bit dicky. I did manage to take it apart and cleaned up contacts inside. Unfortunately it was many years ago and i can't remember exactly what I did. Anyway all worked fine after that.
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Hey Jones12

My old NF went through a similar issue. I took the door skin off and cleaned all the accumulated crud from the window mechanism then lubricated. Also did the silicon spray down the window tracks.

One switch was alsi a bit dicky. I did manage to take it apart and cleaned up contacts inside. Unfortunately it was many years ago and i can't remember exactly what I did. Anyway all worked fine after that.
Thanks mate!
I actually cleaned the tracks with compressed air and lubricated with silicone spray, then cleaned out and re-soldered some of the contacts on the relay PCB and it seems to be working fine now. I may need to replace relays in the future but we'll see how it goes

Cheers!
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Contact cleaner (Jaycar) can also work wonders in power window switches that have accumulated crud.
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